El Día del Papá 2014



Greg was invited by these three sweeties to attend his last Father’s Day show at their Peruvian school.




Maggie, the hula dancer

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Ana played her flauta and performed as a chef and a mom in two other numbers.




Cohen was the Pied Piper in his first performance.  The teacher read the story as the students acted it out.

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Gettin’ it in front of everyone.

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Ana’s musical number… they played and had breaks where they also sang.


Hula, hula


Those smiles say it all.  I didn’t have to guess if she was having a good time or not.

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Cohen was NOT excited to be a frog.  This face sums up his attitude during the performance.

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I got somewhat of a smile when he was lined up with his classmates.


Kermit the Cohen


Chefs don’t get much cuter than this one.  Ana’s class did a show where they mentioned different cultures throughout the world.  Ana represented Italy.  She is making pasta.

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Maggie was so excited to help do the “English part” for her class.  I know she had a really hard time pronouncing those words.  🙂


Greg and I both exchanged looks when Ana came out as a pregnant woman!  They told the story of a mom and dad raising their son.  So funny to see her with a balloon as a belly.


I love this shot.  Ana’s teacher above, her school best friend below.


The two little ones gave Greg a t-shirt with their handprints.  We got tickled at Ana’s gift… a card in the shape of a foaming beer mug and a handwritten letter inside.  It’s Peru.


El Día del Papá 2014

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